HVAC is an acronym for Heat Ventilation and Air Conditioning. It is a system of maintaining the temperature of your home, office, or other building by circulating air for heating and cooling through registers and ducts. It is a mechanical system that maintains a constant temperature by mixing indoor air with outdoor air.

An HVAC system consists of a number of components, such as heating and cooling ducts, air handlers, motors, ductwork, fans, humidity control equipment, and registers, that are all controlled by a central HVAC control system. Machines like these are needed in a place like West Texas where temperatures can skyrocket or drop and thus, you need a trusted local HVAC contractor in Lubbock.

If you need AC repair or heater repair, maintenance, or installation in Lubbock, or beyond, Lubbock Electrician Co. will get the job done right, the first time. Our team provides a wide range of HVAC services that will cater to all of your needs to make sure you and your family won’t have any problems.

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The Comfort An HVAC System Offers

HVAC systems provide homeowners with a lot of comforts and not just physical ones. A properly installed and well-functioning HVAC system will also offer emotional and financial comfort to the homeowners who don’t have to worry about high utility bills, the air quality inside the home, and if their heating system will kick in in the middle of a harsh winter in Lubbock, West Texas. 

Here is a list of all the benefits an HVAC system can have for you and your loved ones:

Lower Utility Bills

Improving energy efficiency to reduce power bills is one of the most important trends in the home technology sector. New thermostats and comfort-monitoring systems enable automated scheduling based on your expected home time. This means that your system isn’t wasting resources while you’re away.

Furthermore, by closely and accurately tracking the inside temperature of your home, your system will know exactly when to turn on and off in order to manage cycle times effectively. This results in less wear and tear on your system and more consistent results.

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Improved Air Quality

Because the technology used to manufacture HVAC systems has improved, as have the building materials, these systems can now be expected to last years longer than they did previously. Routine maintenance will result in fewer repairs and fewer replacements in the future. Furthermore, because the system can manage itself and not run excessively, all major components experience less wear and tear.

Longer Lifespan

Because the technology used to manufacture HVAC systems has improved, as have the building materials, these systems can now be expected to last years longer than they did previously. Routine maintenance will result in fewer repairs and fewer replacements in the future. Furthermore, because the system can manage itself and not run excessively, all major components experience less wear and tear.


Discover Our Wide Range Of Services

Being a local HVAC contractor, Lubbock Electricians Co. comes highly recommended because of the wide range of services that we offer. The professionals on our team are skilled and knowledgeable and you can depend on us to install, repair, and maintain the HVAC system in your home. 

HVAC Installation

As one of the leading HVAC service providers, Lubbock Electricians Co. will make sure that your HVAC system installation is done right. If your HVAC system is not properly installed, it may result in an increase in your energy costs of up to 30%. It is critical to ensure that your ducts are not obstructed and that the seals are leak-proof. Here is the process that our professionals follow during the installation process: 

  • Assessment. The first step should always be assessing the needs of the client through setting up a meeting. Our HVAC technician will consider the climate, your home, and your family’s needs. Summers in Lubbock can be oppressively hot. We might recommend installing a dehumidifier to help reduce moisture in the air. Allergies and other medical conditions will also be taken into account so the best air quality can be provided. 
  • Calculate the size of the system. Determining the appropriate size unit for the property is a critical step in installing a new HVAC system. Bigger doesn’t always mean better. An oversized unit reduces system efficiency, causes premature wear and tear, and shortens the system’s lifespan. To determine the proper size unit for your home, your HVAC technician should perform a load calculation.
  • Ductwork Inspection. Another critical step is to inspect the ductwork. If the ductwork has been damaged, our technician should first repair the damage and seal the ductwork. Then our technician should clean the ducts if debris or dust buildup is obstructing airflow. Even if you buy the most expensive HVAC unit, air leaking from the ducts wastes money because it reduces the system’s efficiency. Tightly sealed ducts, as well as proper home insulation, greatly improve HVAC system performance and reduce energy costs.
  • Location Selection. The next step in installing a new heating and cooling system is determining where the indoor and outdoor units will be installed. Our technicians conduct a thorough site inspection. For efficient operation, the outdoor unit requires a flat concrete pad with at least three feet of clearance. Once the location of the equipment is determined, the units are connected to the ducts or conduit and wired to the thermostat. Connecting the condensate drain, charging the refrigerant, and installing the air filter are the final steps.

Air conditioning Repair

Air conditioning contractors ensure that your air conditioner is trouble-free and functioning properly. Air conditioning repair service can assist with issues such as water leakage from the AC unit, AC noise, and much more.

  • Cleaning and Checkup. The first step is for our technicians to check if there are any leaks from tubes or pipes while also removing all the dirt and debris that have built up over time to enhance the performance of the air conditioner. 
  • Filter Cleaning. Over time the AC system will collect a huge amount of dust, debris, and mold. The filter that prevents all of this from flowing into your home needs to be cleaned regularly. 
  • Cleaning Evaporate and Condenser Fans. To avoid overheating, mold and dust are removed from the AC condenser and evaporator fan during the air conditioning repair service.
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Air Conditioning Replacement

Air Conditioning units need to be replaced after their normal life expectancy of 10-15 years or the need to be replaced may arise from high energy bills, loud noises, or foul smells. Here are the things you need to consider when replacing your AC units: 

  • Rebates. If you are considering a full replacement, many HVAC companies offer incentives and promotions for purchasing more energy-efficient units. When purchasing a new air conditioner, you may be able to save a significant amount of money.
  • Needs. Choosing the size of the AC replacement will also depend on the needs of you and those in your home. 
  • Energy Efficiency.

Heater Repair

Our heater repairs specialist can deal with common heater issues like noisy systems, thermostat trouble, decreased airflow, etc. 

  • Inspection for leaks. This is a common problem that goes unnoticed by most homeowners. Our heater repairs specialist will check the ductwork to see if there are any parts that feel like the air is blowing from it then they will seal it to ensure the system’s efficiency. 
  • Thermostat Check. Thermostats tend to glitch once in a while that can be caused by low batteries, misused settings, or just faulty wirings, our technicians will check on all of that and make sure they are in working order. 
  • Filter cleaning. Dirty filters will restrict airflow and cause your heating system to be inefficient. Cleaning them is will also allow for better air quality.

Heater Replacement

Replacing or installing a new  heating system    in your home is a significant undertaking that necessitates careful planning and consideration before the project begins. Before replacing or repairing your heating system, our team will let you consider the following factors.

  • SEER ratings. The system’s efficiency is rated using the SEER (seasonal energy efficiency ratio). A higher SEER rating indicates a more efficient system that uses less energy and saves you money.
  • Sizing. Most of the time, replacing your old system with a newer one of the same size is sufficient. However, several circumstances, such as additional doors or windows, home additions, and insulation, can prompt change. Our technicians will thoroughly inspect your home for any changes and measure the square footage to determine the size and type of equipment to install.
  • What you pay for is what you get. Sometimes the cheapest option is not the best option. On the surface, it may appear to be a good deal, but a lower price often translates into inferior equipment and/or workmanship. By lowering energy costs, high-efficiency equipment can actually pay for itself over time.
  • Keep your new system running smoothly. Consider a yearly maintenance contract for your new system. Annual maintenance and check-ups will keep your system running at peak performance and efficiency. This will not only extend the life of your system, but it may also eliminate costly and avoidable repairs in the future.

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